Hedgehog Awareness Week runs from 2nd – 8th May this year and it aims to raise the profile of Britain’s only spiny mammal.

What you can do to help Hedgehogs in your garden
1: Plant a hedge - it will provide shelter, a place to hibernate and lots of insects for your Hog to feed on.
2: Hedgehogs can swim but often drown in garden ponds because of their steep and slippery sides. Provide them with an escape route: a piece of wood, chicken wire or pile of stones
3 A solid fence or wall restrict a hedgehog's movement through gardens *they can travel up to a mile in a night! Make sure you leave small gaps at the base where they can get through to pop round to your neighbours for tea :)
4: Be prepared to leave a small part of your garden to go wild. Long grass, log/leaf piles and undergrowth provide foraging and nest places for the perfect hedgehog habitat and consider a Hoggy Home (https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/collections/hedgehog-food)
5: Provide food (https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/collections/hedgehog-food) and water for your local hoggy (do not feed bread and milk - it is not good for them.
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